A third narrative of the proceedings at Turners-hall, the twenty first day of April 1698 : giving an exact account of the proofs brought by George Keith, out of the Quakers printed books, at the same meeting, in full and large quotations, opposing four great fundamental doctrines of the Christian faith, as they were read by G. Keith out of his manuscript, and examined by some ministers of the Church of England there present, who compared each quotation, with the Quakers printed books laid open before them : with various notes and observations by G.K. on several passages, and some additions of other proofs not then read, and the attestation given by the said ministers, respecting the proofs : also W. Penn's letter to George Keith, sent by the Quakers to be read at the said meeting and which was read, and George Keith's letter in answer to the same, and a postscript to the readers, likewise a letter of G.K. to George Whitehead in answer to his
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LCP Ap.695 K 282
LCP Ap.696 K 282